KTE

AcronymDefinition
KTEKnees to Elbows (exercise)
KTEKawasaki Thermal Engineering (Japan)
KTEKnowledge Translation and Exchange
KTEKnown Threat Entity (science fiction)
KTEKnuckles the Echidna (comic)
KTEKeithley Test Environment (software)
KTEKnowledge Transfer & Exchange
KTEKeep the Excuses (gaming)
KTEKintetsu Track Engineering (Japan)
KTEKeepers of the Empire (gaming club)
KTEKey Translation Element
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Program objectives, course descriptions, course websites, and course syllabi were examined, when available, to determine if interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and/or KTE approaches and training were offered by each program.
Fourteen of the 37 programs (38%) cited KTE opportunities, training activities and/or approaches in their program objectives.
Although there are several schools that state they value interdisciplinary and/or multidisciplinary perspectives and KTE activities, only one third of schools actually offer formal training in these critical areas.
Students believe they should be encouraged not only to translate and disseminate their findings to various stakeholders, but also supported to connect with other students, mentors and community partners to improve ways that knowledge can be exchanged.9 Public health training at the graduate level is a potentially crucial time for students to acquire KTE skills that will become a valuable tool throughout their careers.
Practica are also potentially important sources of learning multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and KTE skills.